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Eni Puzzle - Key Chain Numbers

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Product Information

DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandEni Puzzles
TypeOther Misc Puzzles

Product Description

Accessorize an Iphone or a backpack. Individualize the accessory by creating a unique color pattern, ages 5+

The puzzle is a multiple solution creative "drawing" toy. With the goals aligning complex patterns, each size offers an advantage. The Braille, which was originally designed for the visually impaired; is actually numbers and not colors. The puzzle was designed to "win" in airports, trains, and the back of the car on the road. We understand that the probability of beating the DVDs, Wii, & Playstations in the home are "slim," so we designed the creative toy to play that requires no batteries, notepads, pens, pencils, electrical outlets - just the toy and a curious mind.


The Eni Puzzles were designed by a Korean father/son collaboration, JongMan Kim and JeeSoo Kim. The puzzles are also known as Kim’s Column. The exception is the Black & White Eni, which was developed by Tom Sebazco.

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    On Saturday November 9th   Mugsy wrote,
I have the smaller, thinner version. It's GREAT. Pocket size. Carry it in my purse and pull it out whenever I'm bored, in line, waiting for the gynecologist, or just wanna have fun. One cool thing is that u can play with numbers 1 - 8, 8 - 1, lightest color to darkest, and vice versa. So it takes quite awhile to get bored with it. It's basically a smaller, numberless version of the vintage Rubik's Babylon tower. Only ONE complaint ... the numbers are starting to rub off.